| Organized Crime Control North Bureau
The Organized Crime Control North Bureau is charged with collecting, extracting, summarizing, analyzing and disseminating criminal intelligence data
gathered from a variety of sources within the northern region of the State. Processing this data is critical to the Division's strategic assault on crime
within New Jersey. The Bureau also provides the Superintendent and Attorney General with the information necessary to combat organized criminal groups and
terrorists that could threaten the security of the State and Nation.
The mission of the Organized Crime Control North Bureau is to diminish and control the capacity of criminal organizations to influence New Jersey's society, economy, and government.
The Bureau seeks to accomplish this mission by continually monitoring the activities of significant criminal groups operating in the northern region of
the State. The primary function of the Organized Crime Control North Bureau is to inform the Superintendent of significant organized criminal activity
occurring in northern New Jersey, and to develop criminal cases. Collection of intelligence and law enforcement is performed by the Drug Trafficking North
Unit, the Street Gang North Unit and the Cargo Theft Unit.
Information concerning activities of criminal groups is obtained through various means and sources of information. Intelligence data is gathered,
analyzed, and forwarded to Bureau Command for further dissemination to the Superintendent, Investigations Branch, and other law enforcement agencies.
Through these means, the Organized Crime Control North Bureau monitors and investigates activity of identified street gangs and drug trafficking
operations in the State, and regularly develops information which results in the initiation of major organized crime investigations. The Bureau also
monitors and investigates the activities of non-traditional crime groups present in northern New Jersey.
The Organized Crime Control North Bureau is made up of the following Units: